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what you are doing. thank you so much. bride and groom coming shortly. we hope everyone will stick around to see that. >> thank you for having me. >> we are back in a bit with the bride and groom and other surprises for you. coming up in the next half hour, important information for you if you plan to travel over the thanksgiving holiday. >>> plus an arrest on the local college campus. what led a student to make threats. the skies are clearing out there. tom kierein will be back to let us know how cold it's going to get. stay with us. we'll be [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway will have everyone raving. there's fresh, natural, frozen, whatever you're craving. spend 35 dollars and get a frozen safeway turkey for 59 cents a pound. or spend 35 dollars and a frozen butterball turkey, just 88 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life. >>> right now, former d.c. counci
of thing you would just toss away. why a search was launched for a bride and groom, because of the mementos that turned up in a bay area parking lot. >>> we are so much different on the radar tonight compared to last night when we had that heavy rainfall moving through. we have mainly clear skies outside. only a seven-day forecast but a 90-day forecast, coming up in just a few minutes. ,, at bank of america, we're continuing to lend and invest in the people, businesses, and organizations that call the bay area home. whether it's helping a nonprofit provide safe, affordable housing within the city, supporting an organization that's helping kids find jobs and stay in school, or financing the expansion of a local company that's creating healthier workplaces, what's important to the people of the bay area is important to us. and we're proud to work with all those now. the westbound direction of 580 -- the maca -- >>> boy, what a traffic mess in oakland right now. the westbound direction of interstate 580, the macarthur freeway in oakland, was closed for hours after a shoot-out. it reopened abou
lawmakers. >> this is day three of wedding week. we have the table set, the bride and groom ready smile for the camera. goorning, everyo. welcome tos 4 midday. i'm barbara harrison. >> i'm keith russell. itis wednesday, november 14th, 2012. right now, police are trying to figure out what led to a shooting in the a walmart in laurel. it happened at the walmart near route 198 and the bw parkway. tony tull is live on the scene now. any word on the manager who got shot? >> yeah, keith, good news. he will be okay. he was shot in the upper body a few hours ago. corporate officials from walmart said he was going to be okay. when we arrived, chaotic. police putting up crime scene tape, going inside looking for clues of what happened here this morning. the call went out at 4:17. shots fired, one man down at this walmart in laurel. one person was wounded, a manager hit in the chest. >> it's early in the investigation. we are treating it at a commercial alone robbery. this adult male entered the business. >> reporter: it started inside as a robbery. the suspect, described as a white male talked to
to you. >> thanks, julia. >>> unique touches can make weddings memorable to brides and grooms and guests. we are joined with a few suggestions. this is a really different setting than we have seen so far. >> this is a gorgeous setting. lounge chairs are back. you can use them after the dancing, put them around the dance floor. ift's a gorgeous setting. move the reception tables out. you can use them for all sorts of things. >> if it's not outside and you want to look outside, bring the fireworks in. >> with digital lighting, you can do it. if you find a location and they don't allow you to have your fireworks, you can bring it in. it's extremely budget friendly as well. >> we have the fireworks going here on the inside. there are other things to make it more comfortable experience for your guests. >> always think about your guests. never forget about them. you want them to have fun. a good fun fact is the photo booth. bring it in after dinner and after dancing. once you get the photo booth out with the props. >> i was at a wedding where they had one. no one wanted to do anything else. >>
of strangers that look like a bride and groom, can you have it look like exactly you and your bride and groom. >> any who wants a teeny tiny doll-like version of themselves. >> who is like that? let's bring in our teeny tiny correspond, little t-jack. >> little teeny tiny jack. >> hi, jack. you look less teeny from the last time. >> our teeny tiny correspondent. this is cool. is this something people will want to do? >> it really is. they have bookings up until the middle of january completely fully booked. there are some limitations. they say not to bear anything with small patterns because the camera can't pick it up. they say it's not quick. 15 minutes you will be standing there. they advise not to bring pets or children under the age of 6 and will take one to two months to get your model back. >> if two people want to stand there like this, could you be printed out together connected? >> it's possible. >> then you could never be disconnected. >> then the relationship breaks and break interest half. >> then i get your arms. >> makes voodoo doolslls a lot easier. >> ooh. >> as m this is for
-- but you seem like the same person. >> (laughs) how dare you, jon? as soon as a groom, my groom, carried me across the threshold i felt something new exploding inside me. (laughter) and you know what that was? (laughter). >> jon: no, i don't, i'm not gonna -- >> it was concern for america's future. but single women vote with their vaginas, jon! and they only care about one issue-- the sucking and the (bleep)ing. (laughter) >> jon: isn't that two issues? (laughter) >> not if you're doing it right. (laughter). (cheers and applause) all right, all right. sorry. >> come on, jon, i mean, we all remember the single me. (laughter) no, i'm not saying i want to enslave men, i just want to hurt them a little, you know? >> is that cocaine? >> birth control. if you crush it up it hits you so fast. all us lesbians are doing it. >> jon: wow, i actually don't remember that. that was -- (laughter). by the way, if you were a lesbian, why did you have birth control pills? >> why not. under obama they're free. (laughter) anyways, i'm not single anymore and i finally get it. i will fight for the future of my c
this massive piece when it slides into place. ( muffled comments ) carefully, royo grooms "femme," as the crew gradually hoistser upwd over the last few yards of a long journey. ( music ) this is the realization of many dreams, uly a work of collaboration; the fulfillment of a vision shared by the architect and the national gallery, supported by generous patrs, brought to fruition by joan miro and josep royo. on this day, those drms and efforts are reaching a successf conusion. "femme" is at home. brown: "it's everything we hoped." today, suspended 42 feet above the museum floor, "femme" is fulfilling her intended role. she stands tall, as the 76-foot mobile by miro's close friend alexander calder slowly circles by. she is in the company of the works of other modern masters such as henry moore and jean arp, of david smith, noguchi, caro, rosati and motherwell. but she stands alone at the head of the south wall as a unifying force and vital core of color in the east building of the national gallery of art. ( music ) ( music ) narrator: thomas moran embarked on his first trip to the west in 1871
was so focused on me groom, i was hard to look around, but i know i was in the receiving line for 40 minutes. there was about 60 people in the church at least, and the challenge was that, you know, people getting gas and no one could get gas to come down here and my best friends in new jersey came here for 20 minutes. it was amazing what people did for us. >> and that is afternoon issue for your wedding party. you said you didn't have any brides maids. >> it was not that i didn't have them, they were there but nobody had their dresses. the tailors were shut, cleaners were shut -- nobody was open to get the dresses. at that point, i had my dress, my tailor opened for me, he was able to rent the tux and that was about it. >> who stepped in as your maid of honor? >> one of my best friends. i call her and she goes in. she was at the taylor's and stood in. >> and then you had a couple of other creatures there as you're -- . >> i had two brides maids ready to g my bulldogs. >> and people say the different circumstances make your wedding day uniquely yours when something goes wrong. it make
sentence to another. is this the doom of bride and groom and the wedding bells? they will fore go the terms husband and wife in the same sex law marriage in exweek. they will use gender neutral language like spouse a and spouse b and person a and person b. according to a spokesman for the department of health. it is like the department of sick, right, sherrod? >> that's right. >> says tim church, if that is his real name, people are just happy we are aware the form needs updating. one person expressed concerns that she sees forms she does thought see herself in. and she is forced to make a choice that is not a perfect choice for her. gender neutral language makes it as precarious as this cat. >> you showed that cat video on purpose. >> rip. >> that cat already used up eight lives. >> it was going see gravity one day. >> diane, please be outraged by this. >> i am not outraged by it, i'm sorry. people talk about traditional marriage that clearly as the laws continue to change, the definition of traditional marriage is changing at least on the civil side. maybe we need to make them separate th
the groom. >> the groom and the bride. >> an unusual look but i love it. >> this look, we have it from michael andrews. it's beautiful for a fall wedding. the fabric he's wearing is brown. don't this you can't go in that color for fall. >> it's corduroy? >> cashmere corduroy. with the shirt and tie, we mixed the patterns. so don't be scared of mixing plaids. it's completely in style now. he has to have his own touch to his style. it's fall leaves. acorns. >> and it's got twine wrapping around it. it's a gorgeous set all together. make sure you also look at the details. >> i think a lot of guys would probably like this look. many of them don't like to have to put on the penguin suit. >> no penguin suits in this fall theme. we definitely want to get it tailored up for him. why don't we get his tailored as well. >> now to the bride. this is what you say is the perfect fall look for a bright. it's not white. >> it's not. it's a blush tone. what's popular you're seeing in weddings is the color. also what weem do've mixed in t fall trend with the broadry. it's feather stitch leafing. the bot
that then. as soon as i leave, they don't give you nothing. i don't have no mirror where i could groom myself, me and my wife could groom ourselves in the mirror or anything. the bed bugs is a very, very serious issue. [speaker not understood] all on my back from that right there. my doctor is giving me soap, extra soap and medication soap about this program -- i mean about this issue right here. he said, why don't you leave? i said, well, it's really, you know, like i said, i could leave out of here, but i've been there all this time and i got not really comfortable with it, but i'm waiting for this here because it's going to be a change up in here. >> i'm sorry, sir. your time is up. >> thank you. >>> okay, thank you. >> any more public comment? >> three minutes, sir. >>> good morning. my name is arthur [speaker not understood]. i would like to address the committee today in regards to a major issue, no heat in the building, okay. my room is so cold at night it's like sleeping in an ice box, okay. i shiver at night. it is so cold i can't even sleep at night sometimes. and every time
did i know, he was basically trying to groom me because he wanted me to kneel for him because i didn't look like a typical meal. he willingly loaned me the money and of course you do in me at that point because i only asked for a loan for a couple thousand dollars and he immediately offered me suffer more than not. once the money was in my hands, there's no way you can say no when you're in a desperate situation. >> so you started running drugs for him? >> yes, i did. my situation is an uncommon for what she was and that to go. 51% of the people in mexico live in extreme poverty. several years ago i attended a wedding in mexico and for families were in the that one time because they had to split the cost of a priest, which was only about $40. at the end of the wedding, we decided we would drive back by the bride and groom's house to drop off some gifts and they lived in one of the collodion is on the outskirts of el paso. they had one bad. the parents lived in the bad, two of the children lived in the bad and not the newlywed couple who's going to share the bed with the parents. ther
beloved bride groom has been taken from me before i could wrap him with a proper shroud. the wild bull lives no more. his shepherd, the wild bull, lives no more. dimusi, the wild bull, lives no more. i ask the hills and valleys where is my husband. i say to him, i can no longer bring him food. i can no longer serve him drink. the jackel lies in his bed. you ask me about his reed pipe. the wind must play it for him. you ask me about his sweet songs. the wind must sing them for him. satur, the mother of dimusi, weeps for his song. once my boy wandered so freelly on the steppe, now he is captured. once dimusi wandered so freely on the steppe, now he is bound. the ewe gives up her lamb, the goat gives up her kid. my heart plays the reed pipe of mourning. in a place where he once said my mother will ask for me, now he cannot move his hands, now he cannot move his feet. i would see my child. the mother walked to the desolate place. she looked at the slain wild bull. she looked into its face. she said, my child, the face is yours. the spirit has fled. there is mourning in the house. there is
since. they seem to get on well. video footage shows the baboon embracing and grooming the kitten and pulling it back when it tries to leave. in fact, she rarely lets it out of her sight. but the relationship comes at a cost. the baboon often steals the kitten's food. zoo officials say if she continues to do so, they will have no choice but to separate the two friends. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo. from all of us here at nhk world, thanks very much for joining us. have a great day wherever you are.
embracing and grooming the kitten and pulling it back when it tries to leave. in fact, she rarely lets it out of her sight. but the relationship comes at a cost. the baboon often steals the kitten's food. zoo officials say if she continues to do so, they will have no choice but to separate the two friends. >>> we'll be back with more updates in 30 minutes. i'm gene otani in tokyo. from all of us here at nhk world, thanks very much for joining us. have a great day wherever you are.
for the esures and escort the mothers of the bride and carole groom first. now with connection to people. >> >> milton was curious about everything. when susan and i moved to cleveland after graduate school many of our friends wrote us off and milton thought of it as a chance to explore a part of the world he hadn't seen and visited often and he went to see the rock and rel hall of fame and he had his spells of self doubt from time to time, but fundamentally outward looking and very much his own man. most of you know and it was talked about he was literally the namesake of two two legendary political leaders and his mother was no slouch herself. milton could have went into a predictable role here in san francisco but instead he proved himself and school and the nonprofit thousands of miles away where his name had no currency. now milton and i disagreed about practically everything in politics but when he ran for the community college board i was proud of one of the non californians that contributed to his campaign and would have voted for him and probably the only contractor from my
unlikely. on the left, xi has been groomed for power. his father helped lead comment -- china's communist revolution. >> he is not going to be a diet -- the dominant leader. he is going to have to create a consensus in a leading body. that will not be easy to do. >> many believed china needs a change, urgent. economic growth is slowing and people's demands of their new leader are rising. he is 69 and he survives by selling so pemex at home. he wants them to spend more on health care and education. that will require enormous investments. a photographer remembers the young xi. >> he should be prepared to fight our enemies abroad. cups of avoiding conflict with a rise in china is one of america's priorities. xi jinping controls the world's biggest army as well as a nuclear arsenal. >> he is not somebody who sticks to talking points. he is somebody who engages. we will be able to deal with in the future. >> china's new leaders on his very first day is already bringing a change of style. the unknown is whether he will be able to bring a change of substance, too. >> for more on the changes anno
and years. and it's great we're being recognized for the work we do. >> the program is to groom young journalists, foster budding musician and help many kids find their niche in the media world. >>> will the warriors be able to build in san francisco? there's a deal in place between labor unions and the team. the agreement says it will guarantee workers in its new proposed area in san francisco, the option to unionize. and it will give oracle arena employees the first crack at new jobs in san francisco. the supervisor is expected to sign off on the financial feasibility of this project. >> jamie joins us live from the comcast sportsnet newsroom. >> a good conversation. >> heading into monday night's game between the bears and the 49ers, most were expecting to see a struggle between the two backup quarterbacks. what actually happened was the opposite. at least in the case of collin kaeperni kaepernick. >>> time for sports. we already knew jay cutler could not play for the bears. but 49ers fans were shocked to learn that alex smith had not been cleared to play, either. that paved the wa
defense, have run the ball well, have groomed a young quarterback that is athletic, that is still growing and learning, and have earned a spot where they are. ucla was able to beat the team that -- their cross-town rival. we were able to beat the team keeping us out of this position in oregon. >> mike: stanford women hosting long beach state. joss ling tinker led the cardinal with 18. bottom of the knight. chiney ogwumike. a double double. never giving up on this bucket. stanford now 6 or with a dominating 77-41 victory. >> hand us the game, hand us the win. so we're fighting, we're clawing, doing everything we can to maintain that title. so if there's anything it motivates us because we are -- our target is growing bigger and bigger, and we want to keep it there. >> mike: men's hoops tonight and more from the 49ers locker room at 9:00 and 11:00. >> ama: just ahead, retailers the only ones thrilled about the thanksgiving holiday weekend, the >> ama: join me tonight at 9:00 on cable 13. we'll find out why nasa's above ground search is not enough on mars. >>> then at 11:00 here, colleges ac
, have groomed a young quarterback that is athleteishing -- athletic, and have earn a pot where they are. ucla was able to beat the team that -- their cross-town rival. we were able to beat the team to keep us out of this position in oregon. >> mike: pac-12 championship set for friday. at 6:00, stanford women on the court. and coach harbaugh didn't play alex smith because he still had symptoms from the concussion, and is airing on the side of caution. but next week will be the story. he was just protecting alex. >> ama: even pratt -- practice he was not in his jersey. >> mike: he is just protecting alex. >> ama: who knew santa could groove? up next, how [ male announcer ] introducing... a new way to save on your prescriptions. it's the aarp medicarerx saver plus plan from unitedhealthcare. with this plan, you can get copays as low as a dollar through a preferred network pharmacy like walgreens -- where you'll find 8,000 convenient locations. best of all, this plan has the lowest part d premium in the united states -- only $15 a month. open enrollment ends december 7th. so call today or v
as an athlete has really groomed him to be resilient. >> reporter: before the accident, balinger and his baseball team won a state championship title. and tonight are being honored with rings. in a moment that would make even the hardest of hearts tender, the teen who spent his last birthday in icu telling his parents he couldn't feel his legs. stood up from his wheelchair to receive his ring. >> i didn't want to disappoint my teammates, so i got better. >> reporter: to learn more about nick balinger and how to help him and his family, go to nbcwashington.com. erica gonzalez, news4. >> thanks for joining us. that's all for "news4 this week." ♪ ♪ we were skipping stones ♪ and letting go ♪ over the river and down the road ♪ [ female announcer ] at nature valley, we know nature comes together in amazing ways. that's why we bring together natural ingredients, like dark chocolate with toasted oats, or sweet golden honey. perfect combinations of nature's delicious ingredients, from nature valley. ♪ ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valle
. by allowing the bride and groom's friends to offer congratulatory messages. >> your uncle bill is so crowd and we can't wait to meet daniel. >> reporter: a user creates account and invites guests to participate. the service is free. for now the company is focused on building its use are baissments to whip up a little buzz, duncan doned a wedding dress at a technology conference, mindful it's difficult to get attention at a technology start-up. >> i thought who better than myself to be showing new a wedding dress to create attention. >> reporter: the stunt paid off. bloggers took off and the company is making traction. >> teacher appreciation, anniversaries, graduations, memorials, class yearbooks and birthdays. >> reporter: he said he would some time like to build in the feature to have the message delivered after one's death. reporting for cnn, san francisco. >>> all right, coming up at 6:00, adopt a pet for free. why one person's jen ross thy will help -- generosity will help top your family and new recommend dations -- recommendations on breast feeding. >>> when you think of the holiday
the bride and groom, that might not want to be something you book. and that is up to the vendor to understand same-sex couples. >> the first of its kind for same-sex couples on the online boutiques and one of the biggest sellers, this is the cake toppers. and they have customized cake toppers for the bride who perhaps wants to wear a pant suit. or a tux. they don't discriminate. the grand irony here is that catherine still can't get mard. she lives in virginia. >> i can't describe the feeling of elation and the sobering amount that i remember that i still live in a state and i work in a state that doesn't honor my going on now 20-year relationship with my partner. >> reporter: in arlington, kristen fisher, 9 news. >>> well, today your license plate has to end in an odd number if you want to buy gas in new york or long island. tomorrow, the even numbers will get their turn. maybe and new york city is hoping this system will ease some of the growing frustration from residents there. that's because right now, only 25% of the gas stations are open in new york city. the severe gasoli
they plan a wedding they won't forget. >> coming up, the way the bride and groom chose to exchange their vows. it's a good thing they are not afraid of heights. like a lot of things, trying to find a better job can be frustrating. so at university of phoenix we're working with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate partners - companies like microsoft, american red cross and adobe - to create options for you. not only that, we're using what we learn from these partners to shape our curriculum. so that when you find the job you want you'll be a perfect fit. let's get to work. >>> turning to unique weddings on good morning maryland. ones at that took place under water some with mullet tell couples and some in stores. >> how about a wedding in the sky. allen and emily wood love to do adventureous activities and it made sense to say i do 13,000 feet in the air and they held the air mowny in a sky diving plane and took the plunge and the couple convinced the bridal party to suit up and jump out too. >> to do it in a fun way. >> dedicated wedding party. so the sky diving company
and grooms on the top of wedding cakes aren't legally married? you're frosting in sin! now the threat to traditional marriage is coming from inside the couple. >> the importance of marriage among women rose 9 percentage point from 1997 from 28% to 37%. but those women aren't finding men to marry. apparently because men are less interested, dropping from 35% to 29%. >> stephen: shocking! women want to get married more than men do. (laughter) that's from the same researchers who found that women ten to scratch their balls less than men. (laughter and applause) true. shocking. are these chilling marriage statistics mean there are millions of women who may never walk down the aisle, and that brings us tonight's word. (cheers and applause) sisters are doing it to themselves. folks, when it comes to matters of the woman, i always turn to one source:. i turn to fox news. >> their web site recently addressed why so many women can't get married. according to fox contributors, it's all part of the war on men. she writes "i've accidentally stumbled upon a subculture of men who've told me they're
a helping hand. >> every guest lost something. the groom's parents said they had friends who couldn't come because they had no gas. is there anyone at this wedding who was not affected? >> nobody. >> tim is the groom's uncle. roberto is a close family friend. both lost their homes but not their spirit. >> everyone has been so wonderful. i can't get over it. i can't get over it. >> the thing about new york. we saw it on september 11th. >> they said that, the truck coming out of breezy said this is nothing. we will rebuild. >> that sentiment isn't lost on anyone here. >> very hard week. very, very hard week. but everybody worked together. people are the main thing. >> christine and her mom planned the wedding for a year and a half. >> we need this happiness today. we really need this happiness. tomorrow we'll go back and we'll deal with what we have to deal with, but today is my daughter's day. i'm going to enjoy every minute of it. >> and it was a moment of joy. making the horrific loss for a moment seem small.
the bride and groom will have few decisions to make. >>> we'll tell you how scientists created self-healing concrete and how that can revolutionize road and building construction. "and what's your name?" "oh, it's flo." "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you." now, that's progressive. call or click today. >>> welcome back many sausalito this morning, san francisco, bay bridge almost to the san mateo bridge that's how far you can spree mount tamalpais this morning. clear except for -- record highs the big story. >>> scientists in the netherlands devised way to make concrete that can heal itself they added bacterial spores which produce limestone into the mix those spores come alive when they contact water they can fill in cracks up to a half millimeter in width. water and chemicals can seep into cracks half that size. the concrete is still being tested if all goes well it could be on the market in two to three years. >>> planning to get married, how does a million dollar wedding sound at no cost to you? brides magazine is helping
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